Ride in Kane is teaming up with the Veterans Assistance Commission to offer free rides to local VA Clinics and the Veterans Treatment Court. Ride in Kane operates through Pace Suburban Bus to provide curb-to-curb, handicap accessible vehicles 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Just register with the Veterans Assistance Commission and we will take care of the rest! Once you are enrolled, you call to arrange your ride to the locations listed below. There is no charge for the ride and no cash fare is collected.
Ride in Kane is a paratransit transportation service providing curb-to-curb bus or taxi service to eligible Kane County residents. Veterans residing in Kane County who are enrolled in the VA Health Care system are eligible to receive roundtrip
rides from their Kane County residence to the locations below:
Aurora VA Clinic
161 S. Lincolnway, Suite 120
North Aurora, IL 60542
Hoffman Estates VA Clinic
4885 Hoffman Boulevard
Hoffman Estates, IL 60192
Aurora Vet Center
750 Shoreline Drive, Suite 150
Aurora, IL 60504
Kane County Judicial Center Veterans Treatment Court
37W777 IL Route 38, Room 123
Saint Charles, IL 60175
To register for Ride in Kane, please see the form here.
be sure to attach a copy of a government-issued photo ID showing a Kane County
address as well as a copy of your Veterans Health ID Card or other document
verifying enrollment in the VA Health Care System. Alternatively, a paper registration form is available by calling our office at (630) 232-3550/3551.
Registered riders will receive the Ride-in-Kane Rider's Guide which provides detailed information on scheduling a ride, including Pace phone numbers and the County's ride restrictions.
Ride in Kane is administered by Kane County Division of Transportation in partnership with Pace Suburban Bus, and local municipalities, townships, and social service agencies operating as local sponsors.
For more information, visit the Ride in Kane website http://www.rideinkane.org/ or call our office at (630) 232-3550/3551.
The program is partially funded through a Federal grant. “No person in the United States shall, on the grounds of race, color, or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.” Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1965 (42 U.S.C. 2000d)